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Crain's Detroit Business | 6/12/2016
When Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson launched Automation Alley in 1999, we noted that the technology initiative sounded more like a high-tech bowling alley than a technology push.
DBusiness | 5/9/2016
After receiving a $5 million grant for the U.S. Department of Labor to help further training for metro Detroit companies’ information technology employees four years ago, Troy-based Automation Alley announced it has trained nearly 1,350 people with more than 100 receiving promotions as a result of the program.
MLive | 3/23/2016
The technology industry is driving job growth in metro Detroit, according to several new reports that also give insight into Michigan's place in the 6.7 million employee national industry.
Crain’s Detroit Business | 3/13/2016
Michigan is in a fight for mind share. At least, that's how Automation Alley COO Tom Kelly sees it.
Plastics News | 3/9/2016
Kingfa USA Inc. is in business with a two compounding lines spitting out advanced plastic pellets for a wide variety of customers from a new facility in Canton.
Toledo Blade | 3/5/2016
Michigan’s growing technology industry added nearly 8,000 jobs last year, and industry executives expect to hire even more this year, according to a pair of recently released reports.
DBusiness | 2/22/2016
More than 80 percent of technology company executives in metro Detroit believe tech companies have greater return on investment in the region compared with less than 70 percent of their counterparts in Silicon Valley who feel the same about their region, according to a report released today by Troy-based Automation Alley, a non-profit technology business accelerator. | 11/5/2015
Detroit might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of technology, but that's changing. Amazon recently announced plans to build corporate offices in downtown Detroit to help an already fast-growing tech industry in the Motor City.
The Detroit News | 10/30/2015
In light of the recent normalization of relations and restoration of diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Cuba, many local companies have expressed interest in exploring business opportunities in Cuba
The Oakland Press | 10/23/2015
Peter-Lacke GmbH has opened its first U.S. subsidiary in Troy. Headquartered in Hiddenhausen, Germany, Peter-Lacke opened their new 20,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Troy at 865 Stephenson Hwy., creating 12 new local jobs, with plans to double in size over the next three to five years.
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